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A Swallow in Poitiers

In Poitiers,
in the early Christian sanctuary of St-Jean,
my tears fall on the cool noontide flagstones.
I watch the swallow
which has for three days now… 68 more words


Evil choices

Political showdown heats up

By Emma Palova

EW Emma’s Writings

Lowell, MI-Now, that all hell has broken loose with former speaker of the House John Boehner calling Ted Cruz Lucifer, while some voters are calling Donald Trump the Satan and all the rest are devils, we’re moving into the final showdown. 636 more words

The Czech Black Book

Title:                      The Czech Black Book

Author:                  Robert Little

Little, Robert (1969), ed. The Czech Black Book. Prepared by the Institute of History of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences. 124 more words


Sliding doors

Kurt Maier was born in Germany in 1911, and became a skilled pilot. He fought with the Luftwaffe during the Second World War, and rose to the rank of Major. 301 more words


On Two, Four, Six Wheels and More

This weekend, April 23 and 24, the Brno Technical Museum opened its annex of vintage vehicles for the public to peruse.  While small, it was a very well rounded event showcasing private automobiles, public transportation, military vehicles, emergency services and more. 226 more words

Title Matchup: Alice vs Alice

In Title Matchup we pit two films with the exact same title against each other to see which comes out on top. Today’s versus match is between Woody Allen’s Alice (1990) and Jan Švankmajer’s Alice (1989). 269 more words